Browsing: Self-Mastery

The ancients espoused the phrase “as within, so without” to teach us that our inner thoughts…

There seems to be two parts to life – our inside world and our outside world.

As the short video below by Dillon Brooks explains, it is easy to spend all our time and attention worrying about our outside world, when in fact what matters most is the condition of our inside world.

Here are three short videos with varying bits of wisdom that might help you in your journey toward Self Mastery. Often times we already know these truths, we simply need a reminder…

We live in a world of duality and extremes. Right/left, light/dark, male/female, positive/negative, and on and on. Here is why neutrality is the answer.

Every chef knows that the magic of cooking depends on the size of the dose – too much salt or not enough lemon can make the difference between the most delicious meal and an awful meal. So it is with everything in life, from how much we eat and drink, to how often we exercise, how much sleep we get, and how much time we expend on other activities. The correct dose is different for each of us – it is up to us to find the correct dose to make the magic happen in our lives.

The DNA double helix molecule conforms to the Golden Ratio. The Golden Ratio (also known as the Golden Section) is a mathematical ratio commonly found in nature. It occurs when a line is divided into two parts. The longer part (a) divided by the smaller part (b) is equal to the sum of (a) + (b) divided by (a), which equals 1.618.

These 7 principles, as presented in the video below by¬† “Knowledge Is Power – Gary Lite”, are found in all lands and all religions, their appeal is universal.

We have all seen a double rainbow on occasion, where a second rainbow appears above the first one. Similarly, we can surmise that our energy body may have a second, more subtle energy spectrum that goes beyond the first 7 chakras, in which even higher frequencies may be experienced.

Division across different parts of society seems to have increased in recent years, even in regions where people used to agree on most things. How can these extreme variances in perspective co-exist simultaneously and how can we manage these differences in our personal lives to achieve greater peace and unity? To answer this question, we have to consider the concept of reality bubbles.

Using our imagination is not a flaw in the design of who and what we are, it is the central feature.